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Dec
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comment Why “Inn” for “Kataluma” in Luke 2:7
Welcome to BH.SE! +1 for this answer that brings together important resources. If you wanted to edit it into a "knock-my-socks-off" answer, you could add a summary of those quotes telling us what you think the best answer might be. Thanks.
Dec
12
comment Why “Inn” for “Kataluma” in Luke 2:7
For more about the architectural side of the question, see this answer about "pillared houses".
Dec
12
answered Are the four profitable areas in 2 Tim 3:16 covering doctrine and practice?
Dec
12
answered Question about translation of Romans 4:9
Dec
9
comment Why “Inn” for “Kataluma” in Luke 2:7
Welcome to Biblical Hermeneutics! That's a really interesting (and timely!) question. Out of curiosity, which translation did you use? Also do you happen to have a URL where you read about the "guest bedroom"?
Dec
9
comment What exactly was the “death in the pot”
Do you think the early tellers and readers of these stories have the same "questions about the relationship between the natural and the miraculous"? I sort of assumed that the stories were meant to be about miracles.
Dec
9
comment What exactly was the “death in the pot”
Welcome to BH.SE! Do you have any reference to support the idea that starch removes bitter taste? (It sounds likely, but it would help to have a bit more data.)
Dec
9
comment Translation of “οἰκονομίαν”
The Message translates it as "God's way of helping me serve you", which fits well with your answer. (Good work, by the way.)
Dec
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awarded  Altruist
Dec
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revised What is the difference between historical-grammatical and historical criticism?
Historical Criticism is not just for skeptics and the grammatical-historical is not just for protestants.
Dec
7
revised What exactly was the “death in the pot”
Added a link and a tag.
Dec
7
awarded  Mortarboard
Dec
7
comment What exactly was the “death in the pot”
Welcome to BH.SE! Interesting question(s) on a very strange passage.
Dec
6
accepted Does the Sadducees' question in Mark 12 imply polygamy was considered sinful?
Dec
6
accepted Is Hosea 6:1-3 a quotation?
Dec
6
accepted How is Psalm 34 linked to 1st Samuel 21?
Dec
6
accepted Does God intend Jerusalem to be eternally shamed In Ezekiel 16?
Dec
6
accepted Should we read Melchizedek in Genesis 14 to be metaphorical?
Dec
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accepted How many people were involved in the Exodus?
Dec
6
accepted How should graded numerical parallelism in Hebrew poetry be understood?